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1  It made him a more interesting study.
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2  Yes; it was an interesting background.
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3  Women who hate one are much more interesting.
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4  She felt sure that the tableau was interesting.
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5  The Americans are an extremely interesting people.
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6  One should reserve that to give an interest to one's old age.
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7  "It would not interest you, Mr. Hubbard," he said, keeping his eye on the man.
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8  His sudden mad love for Sibyl Vane was a psychological phenomenon of no small interest.
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9  Even the common uneducated audience of the pit and gallery lost their interest in the play.
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10  I have always felt rather guilty when I came to see your dear aunt, for I take no interest at all in the East End.
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11  They always want a sixth act, and as soon as the interest of the play is entirely over, they propose to continue it.
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12  As for marriage, of course that would be silly, but there are other and more interesting bonds between men and women.
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13  It was simply to say that he sent him round the evening paper, and a book that might interest him, and that he would be at the club at eight-fifteen.
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14  It is an interesting question," said Lord Henry, who found an exquisite pleasure in playing on the lad's unconscious egotism, "an extremely interesting question.
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15  As he often remembered afterwards, and always with no small wonder, he found himself at first gazing at the portrait with a feeling of almost scientific interest.
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16  My dear Dorian," answered Lord Henry, taking a cigarette from his case and producing a gold-latten matchbox, "the only way a woman can ever reform a man is by boring him so completely that he loses all possible interest in life.
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17  He watched it with that strange interest in trivial things that we try to develop when things of high import make us afraid, or when we are stirred by some new emotion for which we cannot find expression, or when some thought that terrifies us lays sudden siege to the brain and calls on us to yield.
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